STEVEN GERRARD has won only one of nine domestic trophies in his three-year stint at Ibrox – and is making the most of his solitary success.
The Govan gaffer has seen his side lift their first title in a decade after going through the league season unbeaten.
However, claims of being Invincibles have been dismissed by departing Celtic skipper Scott Brown, as CQN reported, and former Hoops striker Chris Sutton has also joined in by insisting that only Brendan Rodgers’ 2016/17 team can be considered worthy of the mantle.
The Irishman, who led Leicester City to an English FA Cup Final victory over Chelsea yesterday, took the side to all three domestic honours in his debut campaign in 2016/17 as the club hit a record-breaking 106 points total.
Gerrard’s men amassed 102 points after six draws in the 38-game campaign and were dumped out of the knock-out competitions by St Mirren in the Betfred League Cup and the Scottish Cup by St Johnstone.
Sutton was quick to highlight the difference between the feats of Rodgers’ team four years ago and Gerrard’s outfit this time out.
He tweeted: “Incredible achievement by Steven Gerrard and Rangers.
“The League Invincibles. Just for the record, though, the real Invincibles were Brendan Rodgers Celtic 2016/17.
“Well played though.”